Habanos S.A. announced the new Romeo y Julieta Churchill Añejados Tubos will soon be shipping to global markets.
The Menelik cigar from Nick Melillo’s Foundation Cigar Co. will turn into a limited-edition smoke this year.
A smaller version of the cigar called the Freyja 12 Dvallin is coming this year.
What once was a special cigar meant only for Nicaraguan ambassadors to personally hand to world leaders will soon be a smoke anyone can purchase.
Fratello Cigars is adding the Fratello Navetta Inverso Boxer and the Fratello Piccolo at this year’s trade show.
The Inch, one of the best-selling smokes from Hall of Fame cigarmaker Ernesto Perez-Carrillo, will soon have a short-run version.
The new Undercrown Shade Suprema is a perfecto that measures 6 inches by 54 ring gauge at its fattest point.
La Aurora Preferidos Hors d’Age 2018 and La Aurora 107 Cosecha 2007 will be on display at the IPCPR trade show later this month.
A new size is being added to the Cinco Décadas that pays homage to the original owners of Joya de Nicaragua.
Quesada 1974 will be officially introduced to the U.S. market at the upcoming IPCPR trade show.
The TAA exclusive from EPC Cigar Co. is heading to retailers this week and it’s a pretty hefty smoke.
Ventura Cigar Co. is preparing to release the third chapter in its Archetype cigar series
Guardian of the Farm is getting a new line extension called Nightwatch that is covered in an oily maduro wrapper grown in Nicaragua.
Indian Motorcycle Shade first appeared in May as a Canadian exclusive, but after this month’s trade show, they’ll be available to U.S. retailers.
Foundation Cigar Co.'s Highclere Castle Victorian will make its debut at the annual cigar industry trade show, which begins on June 28.
Joya de Nicaragua’s Antaño brand is known for packing a punch, but this summer fans will be able to buy a milder option.
El Septimo Geneva SA, a cigar company headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has released a new cigar line designed specifically for women.
European company Royal Agio Cigars has collaborated with cigarmaker Litto Gomez of La Flor Dominicana fame for a new brand called Balmoral Paso Doble.